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									CHARLES W. BALLARD – EXPORT COMPLIANCE DIRECTOR
Responsibilities cover all aspects of export compliance, firm training including
effective export and import compliance programs, ECCN and USML
classifications, export control jurisdictional determination, Incoterms, commodity
jurisdictions, technical assistance agreements and manufacturing license
agreements, technology control plans, the Foreign Trade Regulations, supply
chain security programs logistics, and other aspects of international trade. Over
30 years working in the high tech and defense industries managing various
aspects of the supply chain and the export and import management systems for
Texas Instruments, AMD, and Emerson.



JEROME M. GREENWELL – EXPORT COMPLIANCE DIRECTOR
Responsibilities include export compliance, Census reporting, firm training
programs, and other miscellaneous Customs and international trade matters.
He recently retired as Chief of the Census Bureau’s Foreign Trade Division’s
Regulations, Outreach, and Education Branch and Trade Division Ombudsman.
He served the Census Bureau for thirty-six (36) years and received the
Department of Commerce’s Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals for leadership,
including the development and implementation of the Automated Export System
(AES) and the new Foreign Trade Regulations.



 MICHAEL L. THOMAS – IMPORT COMPLIANCE DIRECTOR
 Responsibilities include overall import and trade regulatory compliance services,
 including strategic trade analysis, entry processing, trade preference program
 utilization, Foreign-Trade Zone programs, duty drawback, inventory systems,
 automation, Importer Self Assessment (ISA) program guidance, as well as C-
 TPAT supply chain integration and optimization. A licensed CPA & CHB with
 over 30 years experience in maritime, international tax, import, foreign-trade
 zone, and trade related services, including 15 years experience in the petroleum
 and petrochemical industry. He previously owned and operated Thomas
International Group Customs Broker.



LINDA D. KING – FOREIGN-TRADE ZONE COMPLIANCE DIRECTOR
Responsibilities include foreign-trade zone activations, day-to-day operations,
inventory control, administration, FTZ Operations Manual development, Customs
documentation, special zone procedures, e-214, and government reporting;
miscellaneous Customs and trade issues. Twenty-seven (27) years experience
in foreign-trade zone management, twelve (12) as Foreign-Trade Zone Manager
of FTZ No. 50, Long Beach, California; FTZ No. 153, San Diego, California; and
FTZ No. 110, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
                       JOYCE L. POWERS – SENIOR LEGAL ASSISTANT
                       Responsibilities include development and updating of foreign-trade zone
                       operations manuals, system design utilizing computerized documentation with
                       special emphasis on large-scale manufacturing operations, on-site reviews for
                       development of system design, preparation of Customs forms, zone activation,
                       various Customs issues relating to the operational management of zones, and
                       miscellaneous Customs and trade issues. Twenty (20) years experience in
                       foreign-trade zone management systems.




                       WILLIAM E. WILLIAMS – SENIOR LEGAL ASSISTANT
                       Responsibilities    include    classification, entry/clearance,  antidumping/
                       countervailing duty issues, origin marking, Focused Assessments/Audits,
                       Administrative Ruling requests, and other miscellaneous Customs and
                       international trade matters. Retired from U.S. Customs and Border Protection
                       where he served for nine (9) years as a Customs Inspector and twenty-nine (29)
                       years as an Import Specialist.




                       RODNEY BAUM – LEGAL ASSISTANT
                       Responsibilities include Administrative Ruling requests, classification, export
                       compliance, entry/clearance, Focused Assessments/Audits, origin marking, and
                       other miscellaneous Customs, FTZ, and International Trade matters. For ten
                       (10) years prior to joining the firm, he was a paralegal in the Government
                       Contracts practice group of a large International law firm in Washington, D.C.
                       where he worked on export compliance issues and audits for a variety of clients
                       and industries.




                       BRENDA J. ZELLER – LEGAL ASSISTANT
                       Responsibilities include import/export statistical reports, entry review audits, FTZ
                       audits, preparation of prior disclosures and miscellaneous Customs and
                       international trade matters. She has been with the firm for six (6) years.




SEPTEMBER 2010
JED/RESU/9024 (7600)

								
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